April 24th, 2022
April 24th, 2022
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Sondre is an Oslo-based travel writer, sailor, skier and cultural critic. He loves the outdoors and city life (who doesn’t) and knows everything that moves on Norway’s cultural and music scene. Enjoy his humorous - yet useful - guides to Norway.
Norway is always amazing, but try to travel outside high seasons. Spring is fantastic - its weather can often be better than in midsummer - and Autumn, in all its colours, is simply breath-taking. Then there’s winter, with dazzling snow and, if you’re lucky... The Northern Lights.
Most Norwegians who love the outdoors life (and that’s nearly all of them) have not been to these places. It’s not that they can’t, aren’t allowed, don’t have time or money, or are too lazy: It’s that, first of all - as we’ve already stated - the journey is the destination, and it’s what you see on the way that matters. Second, Norwegians don’t like to walk in a line. (Who does, frankly?) And third, there are so many amazing areas to hike that there’s really no need to choose the same trail as everybody else. Let us know what you are after, and we will help you find your way.
Travel to Norway
What’s the difference between Norway and the rest of the Nordics, you may ask? Oh, come on! The scenery is amazing! Out of this world. Seriously! Mountains, glaciers, fjords, flora, and fauna – from mainland Europe to the Arctic, if you turn 180 degrees and travel the same distance southward you will reach North Africa. That’s a long stretch of Adventure Park. Moose! Reindeers! Whales! Eagles! Puffins! Even the muskoxen, a real stayer! What else do you need to know?
All our large cities and towns have airports catering for both international and domestic flights. In fact, there are more than 50 airports in Norway serviced through regular routes, making even remote places such as the Lofoten Islands, the North Cape, and the Svalbard Islands easily accessible by plane. To get more information check out our guide on how to get to Norway.
Norway is always amazing, but try to travel outside the high season. Spring is fantastic - its weather can often be better than in midsummer - and Autumn, in all its colours, is simply breathtaking. Then there’s winter, with dazzling snow and, if you’re lucky… The Northern Lights. Read more about travelling off-season.
From the fjords to the mountain peaks, UNESCO world heritage sites to the arctic circle. Norway is as diverse as it gets. We will tailor your journey to suit your personal preferences and interests, so you do not have to worry about missing the perfect spot for you.